I have a child who is not "into" art. He says he isn't creative and he doesn't have any imagination. When we started homeschooling, I got all the bits and pieces for Story of the World, Vol. 1. But he never wanted to do any crafts or coloring. He complained loudly through each activity as... Continue Reading →
This is a charming story that was published in 1911. It is a bucolic tale of the redemption of two little tyrants as they learn to love, care for and cherish things and people other then themselves. The story also shows a beautiful example of unschooling.
This is such a delightful and fast read! This year my we are studying US History (though we've long since past the Revolution) and Physics. I love that this has reignited my kids interest in the American Revolution and pre-engaged them for our upcoming unit on electro-magnetism. Add to that that Brave Writer has an... Continue Reading →
My Side of the Mountain is a tale of a boy who decides to runaway (with his parents knowledge and permission) to live off the land in the Catskill Mountains. ***If you have younger children that participate in the read alouds and need their own age-appropriate selections, click over to our corresponding Bitty Box for Blueberries... Continue Reading →